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Checkout Page Question

Thread began 7/14/2010 1:49 pm by rdubill357341 | Last modified 7/15/2010 10:55 am by Jason Byrnes | 669 views | 3 replies |

rdubill357341

Checkout Page Question

When a customer enters all the required information on the checkout page and clicks on submit on the confirm page - if there is any error (invalid credit card, etc.) they can return to the checkout page to make corrections.

Unfortunately the page displays absent ALL entered data and they have to re-key everything.

How do I retain this info on the checkout page?

Many Thanks!

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Jimmy Wu

You would want to add some code to check if the posted value is set and if it is then use the post to populate the form. To do this, you would want to have something like this for each of the form fields:
value="<?php echo((isset($_POST["form_field"])?$_POST["form_field"]:"")); ?>"

The form_field is the name of the form field that you are adding the value to.

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rdubill357341

Checkout Page Question

Jimmy - we use ASP...

Would you have examples for this model?

thanks
Bob

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ASP VB Script syntax would look like:
value="<%=request.Form("form_field") %>"

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